Boundless Grace Within the Bounds of Penitent Souls
These are two great quotes, thoughts from which might make it into my Sunday School lesson this Sunday. Walker Percy wrote this one a few decades ago. The Church can indeed change, has changed, might now or in the future change in its encounter with a particular culture, my own included. But I need not warn you, I am sure, of the dangers of overacculturation. | Read More »
Social Conservatism and Poll-Driven Values
Social conservatism has long been considered one of the three “legs” of the 3-legged stool of conservatism (along with fiscal and defense conservatism). There are a number of facets of this “branch” of conservative thought, including how we think about and set policy around issues involving marriage & family policy, abortion, education, crime & punishment, and other related topics. The Republican party has long held | Read More »
The Lasting Impact of C.S. Lewis
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Professor David Downing to discuss his extensive study of C.S. Lewis, how Lewis has driven discussions of Christianity, and how some of his work would be received were it first published today.
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